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A trapezoid has an area of 10.5cm^2 and parallel sides that meausure 5.0cm and 2.0cm. What is the height of the trapezoid? Explain what you did.

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Area = h (b1+b2)/2, where b stands for the parallel sides. Substitute values and solve for h.

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